What to Watch Tonight

CSI: Cyber Begins, Suits Finale, Cuban Conan and More

On TV this Wednesday: Patricia Arquette solves cyber crimes with Dawson, USA Suits up for a jaw-dropping finale, Broadchurch returns Stateside in its intended form and Conan O’Brien takes Cuba by storm. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • ABC
    The Middle

    Frankie makes an inappropriate comment about Axl’s friend; Mike helps Tag (returning guest-star Jerry Van Dyke) keep his driver’s license.

  • CBS
    Criminal Minds

    The BAU investigates the murder of two maximum security prison guards. William Ragsdale (Justified) guest-stars.

  • Fox
    Empire

    Anika’s secret is exposed, forcing Lucious to face his most loathed rival; Hakeem gets to work with Cookie; Andre is pushed beyond his limits.

  • ABC
    black-ish

    Dre arranges a vow renewal; Bow’s parents make an unexpected visit. Nurse Jackie’s Anna Deavere Smith and The Millers’ Beau Bridges guest-star.

  • CBS
    CSI: Cyber

    Spinoff premiere: Special agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette, Boyhood) and her team of cyber analysts investigate a case of hacked baby monitors. James Van Der Beek (Friends With Better Lives), Peter MacNicol (Numb3rs), Shad Moss (Like Mike) and Charley Koontz (Community) also star.

  • USA Network
    Suits

    Season 4 finale: Harvey works to put Eric and Charles behind bars, as Sean works to link Charles to his corrupt boss; Donna works to help Louis. (Read preview.)

  • BBC America
    Broadchurch

    Season 2 premiere: New season, new crime, less Gracepointy! Dorset’s residents try to move past the startling discovery that Ellie’s husband was to blame for a devastating murder.

  • FX
    The Americans

    Elizabeth deals with family matters; Stan turns to Sandra for support upon receiving bad news; Gabriel bestows surprising information.

  • BET
    The Game

    Season 8 finale: Blue suspects something is going on with Keira and Malik; Chardonnay seeks revenge; Sparks suffers a heart attack. (Renewed for final season.)

  • TBS
    Conan

    The talk show host heads to Havana for one night only, marking the first time a late-night talker has filmed in Cuba since Jack Paar’s Tonight Show in 1959.